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The name of Mohamed Ali Bouchiba's group has been updated to "Bloggers Without Chains."
An earlier version of this story contained an incorrect sub-headline.
The initial quote of this press release was corrected to clarify that the Management Board of Frontex should launch the investigation, not another institution. It has also been changed to add mention of an internal inquiry Frontex announced on October 27.
This news release was updated on October 23 to include mention of relevant findings in a Buzzfeed article from August.
October 22, 2020:
The first paragraph has been updated to reflect the correct number of executed men who were convicted in criminal cases.
Updated 10/8/2020 12:15 pm ET: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Karyn Johnson-Dorsey started experiencing flu-like symptoms in April. She experienced them from February to April.
This piece has been updated to reflect the full list of countries that have resumed arms sales to Saudi Arabia in 2020, and identifies the Yemen Data Project as the correct source for one of the statistics mentioned.
In a previous version of this release we stated that Russia has used its veto power in the UN Security Council 15 times to enable Syria to continue using chemical weapons with impunity and to block referral of the situation in Syria to the International Criminal Court. It has been updated to reflect that Russia has used the veto power 16 times.
This op-ed has been updated to correct the end date of Cameroon’s financial year. The correct end date is December 31.
Due to a drafting error relating to one of the report’s recommendations, this report has been updated on September 21, 2020